David P. Rennebeck
June 10, 1954 - December 27, 2021
Visitation: Wednesday & Thursday 2-4 & 6-8 p.m.; Devlin Funeral Home Inc., Ross Twp.
Service: St. John’s Lutheran Church of Highland Friday 10:00 a.m. Everyone please meet at Church.
Rennebeck David Paul
Age 67, of McCandless Twp., was tragically taken away from us on December 27, 2021. He was the son of Mary Rose (Sokol) and Herman Rennebeck, devoted husband and preceded in death by Laurieann (Muick) Rennebeck; proud father to Lisa (Brian) Hohmann, Michael (Beth) Dailey, John Dlacich, Joe Dlacich, Sharlene (John) McCombs and David R (Amanda) Rennebeck; the most amazing Pap to Olivia and Elijah Hohmann, Declan and Madeline Dailey, Ethan and Mallaurie McCombs and Gretta Rennebeck; brother to Jacquelyn (the late Bill) Clinefelter, Helen (the late Al) Hunt, William (Antoinette) Rennebeck, Catherine (the late Richard) Macik, Patricia (the late Bob) Vignale, Mary Ann (Norman) Arlet, Kelly (Dave) Wojtasak. Uncle “Davey” was also a cherished uncle, cousin and friend to countless others.
David was a Sergeant in the USMC and later retired from the 1058 Laborers Union. He was a labor superintendent for many of the road and bridge construction projects in the Pittsburgh area, working for SJ Groves, Dick Corporation, JA Jones and Traylor Brothers, Trumbull, Kiewit Corporation and CPS Construction Group. A true Pittsburgher that loved the Steelers and Penguins, spending time with his family and friends as well as spoiling his grandkids. He was an avid hunter who enjoyed a long ride on his Harley, a good cigar, a nice fire and the company of the “guardians of the park”. The loving patriarch of the Rennebeck family, his wisdom and guidance will be greatly missed. We know mom is waiting for you in her ball gown, enjoy your next dance. We love you Pap.
Friends received Wednesday and Thursday 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at Devlin Funeral Home, Inc., 806 Perry Hwy., North Hills. Services in St. John’s Lutheran Church of Highland Friday 10 a.m. Everyone please meet at Church. Family suggests memorial donations be made in lieu of flowers to the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy. Please go to devlinfuneralhome.com to view this tribute or make an online condolence.Shop Gifts Print Obituary Share Obituary
I will always miss the great long walks and the talks we all had together at the park while the laughs we all had I will miss you so much a
nd like my parents who just passed away within the last two years I look forward to seeing the three of you in the after life and keeping you family in my thoughts and prayers always . You will and are truly missed
With our sincere sympathy, Linda Miller-Buettner, Karen Miller, Bonnie & Mike Fedell, Mic & Donna Miller, Larry Miller. Dave will always have a special place in our hearts.
To my cousin and one of my life long best friends. As so many have said … words cannot express how much you will be missed . So sorry that I could not say goodbye in person but my body betrayed me and walking was almost impossible.Such is life with Spinal Stenosis and each day can be a new challenge. Rest in Peace my dear friend knowing how many people you have who love and respect you!!!! Semper Fi!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The world has lost one of the best .
The world has lost one of the best .
Michael, Beth & Family. My deepest condolences. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Thinking of you all during this tragic time. Love, thoughts, and prayers sent your way.
Love, Hanna (Johns Daughter), Thomas, and Valentina
I am devastated on hearing the news of Dave’s passing. Dave was a good and kind man. Will miss seeing him on his walks in Riverview Park. My heart goes out to his family.
Our deepest condolences to Dave’s family. We and all who knew him at Riverview Park will greatly miss his kind smile and spirit.
May he rest in peace.
John, Tammy and Theo
Mike, Beth, family and extended family, I am so sorry, sending love, hugs and healing to all.
May perpetual light shine upon you.
I Worked With Dave And His Brother, Willie, For SJ Groves On The East Street I279 Expressway Job On Pittsburgh’s Northside In The 1980s. Dave Had A Constant Smile And Great Attitude On The Job And Was A Joy To Work With. Rest In Peace, Brother. Maximum Respect!
Dave, you will truly be missed at Riverview Park, you were a legend there & everyone knew & respected you there!
Uncle Dave will always have a special place in my heart. He always had a beaming smile and infectious fun energy. He was always so enjoyable to just be around. A perfect example of a family man, it’s an honor to be in relation; we’ll miss you! Much love and condolences to the Rennebeck family.